They would? Would they be alone for a week, in a deserted lighthouse, watching movies? The challenge is not fiction. It is part of the Gothenburg Film Festival, whose observation of the pandemic has resulted in an extreme and original event, due to the encouragement that the seventh art has given us. This is increasingly nurtured by streaming services (Paramount + will arrive), and in them we recommend Regina King’s debut in the direction and the last Hindu pulse to ‘Slumdog Millionaire’. In closing, the debate is served with a critical edition of ‘My fight’ by Adolf Hitler.